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Honda targets fleets in range shake-up

HONDA is targeting fleets with the launch of air conditioning as standard across its range in a shake-up which sees changes to trims and prices cars. The move is part of a reorganisation - which includes price rises for some models - as it prepares for the T-plate in March.

All models except the Type-R get air conditioning as standard, with mainly base models benefiting. All Civics benefit, except VTis in three-door format and ES and VTi five-doors, which already had it as standard. Air conditioning is also a newcomer to the Aerodeck and CR-V LS. All other models already had it as standard. A spokesman said: 'Fleets wanted air conditioning instead of a sunroof and so we made the change.'

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